The mother hugged her child in safety and thanked Yami, but told him that her husband was still inside. Of course he was. Yami refreshed the wet cloth around his head and entered the building again. The flames and smoke were much stronger now, but he was a Shinobi and could escape quickly of necessary.
He called out to any survivors, but there was no answer. Assuming the worst, Yami ventured further into the burning building and opened a second door. The door was empty of people, quite possibly the child's room. There was only one other room, but the smoke was the thickest inside.
He kicked the door down and then bent low to allow the smoke to filter above him for several seconds before he entered the room himself. He called out again, but still there was no answer. While looking about, his foot touched something. It was a man's leg. Yami's eyes peered down through the smoke as he coughed.
At his feet, was whom was presumed to be the wife's husband. He was motionless and suffered terrible burns across most of his body. There was little doubt that the man was still alive. On the off chance however, Yami grabbed a blanket and smothered the fire around the man before wrapping him in the blanket and throwing him iver his shoulder.
With the man found, Yami quickly raced through the doorways of the building and back outside into the fresh air. He sat the blanket wrapped man down and coughed several times himself. By now, medical Shinobi and water using Shinobi had arrived to douse the flames and provide medical aid. Yami explained that the man in the blanket needed assistance first. Yami sat for several minutes, watching the beautiful flames slowly loose their strength as water began to funnel through the building. Eventually a medical Shinobi checked him out to make sure that he had no burns or damage to his lungs.